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Best Bet Databases in Computer Science
  • Compendex and INSPEC A Best Bet database
    Search Inspec & Compendex together. Indexes scholarly articles in physics, electronics and electrical engineering, computers and control, and information technology. 1969-current.
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  • IEEE Xplore A Best Bet database
    Full-text journals and conference proceedings in electrical engineering, computer science, and electronics from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Also includes the IEEE Standards.
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  • ACM Digital Library A Best Bet database
    The ACM Digital Library provides access to all Association for Computing Machinery publications, including journals, transactions, proceedings, and newsletters. all ACM publications; dates vary.
    Also Known As
    • Association for Computing Machinery Digital Library
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  • arXiv A Best Bet database
    Open access to 837,329 e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology, Quantitative Finance and Statistics
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  • Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science (Morgan Claypool) A Best Bet database
    50 to 100 page electronic books that synthesize an important research or development topic, authored by a prominent contributor to the field. Holdings: Collections I, II, III, IV.
    Also Known As
    • Morgan & Claypool Synthesis
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